Lazy Acre Log Cabins
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... none were in the patrolled parts of the beaches. That is a good reason to stay between the flags if you ask me.
The campsites that we stayed in were getting increasingly remote as well – there were other people about but they were often deep in the forest. I’m pretty sure I heard all kinds of different animals wandering around the tent during the nights, and since much of the wildlife in Australia wants to kill you it was ...
... good when I'm her age.
Saturday night Mum had 16 for dinner for her gym Christmas party. They don't go to gym any more but they still get together regularly. We had the table set up to seat 16 with the help of a couple of borrowed tables. It all looked very good. Everyone brought food so it was mainly the setting up that we had to worry about. It was even mild enough to have drinks out on the balcony which was a bonus. They are a nice group and we had a ...
... the descent. Stayed a couple of nights in a little town called Tallangatta on Lake Hume. Drove through to Lakes Ent. Thursday. Had to turn around a few times and back track after the bush tracks I was following turned into dead ends. (bloody Hema Nav again).
We ended up taking the high road over Mt Hotham. I worked out why it is mandatory to carry snow chains. Wasn't much snow on the road, mostly on the sides, but it was ...
... why I keep trying, but it is only $10 a time), Margaret won $120 on the Keno.
Paynesville and Metung are towns on the Gippsland Lakes. Houses in Paynesville are reasonably cheap whereas Metung is a more upmarket place similar to the Mandurah waterfront area. Both have fantastic views of the lakes and are a boaties paradise.
We also came back through Lakes Entrance but did not stop. This is where the lakes meet the ocean and there are ...
Here we arrived to see beautiful islands and turquoise sea, so we paddled out on our surfboards from the mainland to one of the islands that was like a tropical paradise, with lots of bird tweets and cricket noises! We walked around the island to see a strong current coming in between the islands from the Tasman Sea. All of a sudden we saw a seal splash ... We looked into the waves and saw about 6 Australian Fur seals surfing in the big waves.
We enjoyed ...